McLaren has revealed a revised livery that it will be running on its Formula 1 car at the next two races in Singapore and Japan.

In partnership with primary sponsor OKX, McLaren will switch to a predominantly black colour scheme that has been titled ‘Stealth Mode’.

The design will be seen on the MCL60 at the two upcoming flyaway rounds on the calendar: the Singapore and Japanese Grand Prix’s.

McLaren unveiled the new look on Wednesday at a media event in Singapore, with drivers Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri set to debut the livery in the first official practice session on Friday.

“Our partnership with OKX goes from strength to strength, and it’s fantastic to celebrate it with this incredible livery,” said McLaren CEO Zak Brown. 

“Stealth Mode flips our race car’s colours, bringing something exciting and different to these two great races in Singapore and Japan. We hope fans will love it as much as we do and get a chance to enjoy the fan zone to connect with our team.”

OKX’s chief marketing officer, Haider Rafique, said: “Success on the track, and in the Web3 world, is only possible through teamwork, creativity and innovation. 

“Stealth Mode is inspired by these common principles. It’s also a way for us to celebrate the return of F1 to the Asia Pacific region, which is the epicentre of Web3 in many ways. 

“As Stealth Mode hits the track this weekend we wish the best of luck to Lando and Oscar in what we hope will be a strong performing MCL60.”

McLaren has been no stranger to running one-off liveries this season having run a special triple crown design in Monaco and a throwback chrome colour scheme at the British Grand Prix.